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>>> this morning, we begin with breaking news. >> anti-u.s. violence in two cities. two americans killed. protesters enraged by an american-made film. their anger, threatening to spread across the arab world. >>> powerful monsoons deluge las vegas, trapping people in their cars. and leaving some clinging to trees. >>> and before you make those vitamins, listen to the new study about fish oils. not the lifesaver they claim to be. >>> and the dog with their own guide dog. they charmed the world months ago. and now, some good news about this very special pair. >>> good morning. i'm john muller. rob nelson's on assignment. >> and i'm paula faris. we begin with new fears about anti-american violence after a deadly attack in libya. >> two state department employees have been killed in an assault on the u.s. consulate. >> abc's tahman bradley has been following the story throughout the night. >> reporter: a controversial film is believed to be igniting violence against u.s. embassies in the arab world. in benghazi, libya, two state employees were killed when a mob set fire to the u.s. co
, touched off by an inflammatory movie made here in the u.s. >> this is what it looks like at the u.s. embassy in cairo overnight. we've seen demonstrations, throwing stones, molotov cocktails and police fighting back with tear gas. >> and that violence is putting embassies across the middle east, on high alert. the egyptian government is actively monitoring the situation, after a reportedly blunt exchange between president obama and the egyptian president. >> i don't think that we would consider them an ally. but we don't consider them an enemy. >> reporter: in yemen, protesters smashed windows and climbed the walls of the u.s. embassy compound in the capital of sanaa. the anger in the middle east, was sparked by a film that insults the prophet muhammad. >> there is no justification, none at all, for responding to this video with violence. >> reporter: the violence began on the anniversary of the september 11th attacks, at the u.s. consulate in libya. that attack left four americans dead, including the u.s. ambassador, chris stevens, state department employee, sean smith, and former
>>> this morning, we begin with breaking news. >> anti-u.s. violence in two cities. at least two americans killed. protesters enraged by an american-made film. their anger threatening to spread across the arab world. >>> extreme flooding. powerful monsoons deluge las vegas, trapping people in their cars. leaving some clinging to trees. >>> heart health. before you take those morning vitamins, listen to the new study about wildly popular fish oils. not the lifesaver they claim to be. >>> and the dog with his own guide dog. they charmed the world months ago. and now, some good news about this very special pair. >>> good morning. we have breaking news into the abc news room. here is the latest. the u.s. ambassador to like ya was killed in benghazi. chris stevens is one of four americans killed last night, protesters angry with the release of an american-made film. tahman bradley has more. >> reporter: a controversial film is igniting tempers. a large mob attacked and set fire to the u.s. consulate. in cairo egypt, anti-american demonstrators zald walls of the u.s. embassy, pulled do
. >> reporter: with cities across the arab world tense, and facing violent anti-american demonstrations, u.s. navy forces have moved two missile destroyers to the coast of libya. there was a second night of unrest in egypt. protesters took to the streets, angry over an anti-muslim film. police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to keep a crowd away from the u.s. embassy in cairo. on the streets of benghazi, libya, a different picture. hundreds of demonstrators rallied in support of america. they protested tuesday's attack on the u.s. consulate carried out by a rogue group of militants. four americans were killed, including the ambassador to libya, chris stevens, a rising diplomat, seen here in a youtube video. >> my name is chris stevens. and i'm the new u.s. ambassador to libya. >> he risked his life to stop a tyrant. then, gave his life to build a better libya. >> reporter: also killed, sean smith, an information specialist. >> as americans, we stand united, all of us, in gratitude for their service. i want to assure you, we will bring their killers to justice. >> reporter: a terror group a
faris. we begin with the latest u.s. response to those deadly attacks on americans. a navy destroyer is now in the waters off the libyan coast. a second warship is due there shortly. and 50 elite marines head to tripoli where they will shore up security around the u.s. embassy. >> president obama vows that justice will be done. and flags are being flown at half-staff in memory of those who died. with more, here's abc's tahman bradley. >> reporter: with cities across the arab world tense, and facing violent anti-american demonstrations, u.s. navy forces have moved two missile destroyers to the coast of libya. there was a second night of unrest in egypt. protesters took to the streets, angry over an anti-muslim film. police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to keep a crowd away from the u.s. embassy in cairo. on the streets of benghazi, libya, a different picture. hundreds of demonstrators rallied in support of america. they said the attack by on the consulate was carried out by a rogue group of militants. four americans were killed, including the ambassador to libya, chris stevens, a
the muslim world as we learn that a deadly taliban raid on a u.s. base caused extensive damage. but were americans the target or was it a certain base pilot prince harry? >>> downtown terror. new details about the teen's plot to plant a car bomb outside a busy chicago bar. >>> palace anger. a rare move by britain's family. going to court over those topless pictures of kate. >>> and playmates? a toddler tries playing with a gorilla. >>> good monday morning. i'm sunny hostin in for rob nelson. >> good to have you, sunny. >> and i'm paula faris. new anti-protests have erupted on the capital this morning. hundreds of people are throwing rocks and setting cars on fire. >> it's just the latest in a wave of demonstration against the anti-muslim film that mocks the prophet muhammad. >> reporter: americans are being evacuated from u.s. missions overseas as the furry continues in the muslim world. this morning, demonstrators took to the streets of kabul, afghanistan, still protesting over an anti-muslim film produced in the u.s. police fired rockets and cannons on protesters who broke through a ba
ashore in the u.s. >> that's good news. no landfall here in the u.s. we'll take that. >>> in other news this morning, arizona is one step closer to implementing the most controversial part of its new immigration law. a federal judge refused to block the so-called show me your papers provision. that requires police officers to ask about the immigration status of people who are stopped for other suspected crimes. civil rights groups, though, says that provision essentially amounts to racial profiling. >>> hundreds of people gathered at a mississippi church to celebrate the life of lucimarian roberts, the mother of robin roberts. robin said, thank you for remembering my mother. diane sawyer and charlie gibson were among those to pay their respects. mrs. roberts was the first african-american to head the mississippi state board of education. she was buried alongside her husband, a former tuskegee airman. >>> it is time, now, for the weather from across the nation. hope it's nice where you are. but you're going to see hail and gusty winds from southern nebraska to amarillo. showers into the
california and a chance of showers in the pacific northwest. >> 60s from seattle to portland. 90s from phoenix to dallas. mostly 70s in the northeast as well as the midwest. >>> and when we come back this morning, the department store chain that brings back a popular giveaway where you leave with less than you had. >>> and the mystery from the sky, a huge piece of a 757 jet crashes into a quiet suburbs. >>> and then floating with danger. the kids who get way too close to a wild beast, all egged on, in fact, by adults. stay with us. when it comes to toilet paper, there's no such thing as too soft. i know what i like. i like feeling both clean and pampered. why should i compromise? quilted northern ultra plush®, with the innerlux layer. for a comfortable, confident clean, or your money back. it's all about change. the kids are going back to school, it's the perfect time to get back to you. a perfect time to join weight watchers and start losing weight and feeling good right now. join for free. weight watchers. because it works. [ sneezes ] [ male announcer ] if you have yet to master th
. 80s and 90s in the rockies. upper 80s from atlanta to new york. >>> coming up, imagine this. 73 years at 1 company. think we could do this show for 73 years? >> no. because we age in dog years. >> that's true. >> a very long-serving employee finally calls it a career. >>> also, the death toll rises in an outbreak at a popular national park. >>> and talk about a foul ball. the guy who just couldn't play fair with some eager, young fans. >>> welcome back. it is the big focus every first friday of the month. but the august employment report out today, 8:30 a.m. eastern, from the labor department, carries extra significance this close to the presidential election. today's number follows thursday's adp private payroll report showing 200,000 new jobs created last month. >>> optimism about jobs and progress on the european economic crisis helped fuel that powerful rally on wall street yesterday, sending stocks into their highest level in four years. the dow jones industrial average jumped 244 points. overseas markets are heading higher this morning. >>> we haven't even seen the first weekend
.a. >>> time for the labor day forecast. enormous the southwest. hail, gusty winds in the dako s dakotas. heavy rain and flooding from the ohio and tennessee valleys to the mid-atlantic, carolinas, and atlanta. >> triple digits in dallas and phoenix. 70s in the pacific knnorthwest. >>> why today is a good day to buy a car. i know it's a good day to go shopping but car shopping? >> not bad. >>> get ready for a flood of new tech product this is week. >>> plus the air show disaster we showed you earlier. investigators looking into what went so wrong. >>> welcome back on this monday morning. it's rivals are trying to beat's toll the punch. am is expected to unveil a new iphone and mini-ipad next week. samsung and sony unveiled new phones last week. there are other events held this week that are expected to include a new kindle fire tablet. >>> the auto industry is expected to be a key subject in this year's election. gm and chrysler are again profitable after receiving bailout money. which, of course, was opposed by many republicans. >>> this might be a good day to give some of your money to
not see the accident. >>> and iraq has just suffered one of its deadliest days since withdrawal of u.s. troupes. more than 90 people were killed in nearly two dozen shootings across the countries and hundreds of others wounded. no one has claimed responsibility, but the government is blaming al qaeda. >>> and a top al qaeda leader in africa has been killed in a car crash. nabil makhloufi was born in algeria and had been a longtime leader of the terror group. the accident took place in the republic of mali which is located in western africa. >>> just in time for the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. there is word this morning that the government is about to officially link cancer to death around new york's ground zero. that link could be made as soon as tomorrow. and it means that rescue and recovery workers and those who live near ground zero could seek coverage for their cancer from the nearly $3 billion 9/11 victims' compensation fund. hundreds of people who were at ground zero have died from cancer since 9/11. >>> and new yorkers are recovering from a weekend of wild weather stu
is there. >> reporter: never before has the u.s. flexed so much muscle so close to iran. more jets, ships and nations taking part than ever before. the u.s. has sent two aircraft carriers into this region. and each 1 has more than 40 of these, these are f-18s, that could reach thousands of miles into iranian air space. to give you a sense of how big this buildup is, each of these carriers has more firepower than the entire iranian air force. it's a blunt warning to iran. don't follow through on the threat to close the strait of hormuz, where one-fifth of all of the world's oil passes through. if israel attacks iran's nuclear sites, iran promises to fill these waters with boats packed with explosives. the u.s. hopes tensions calm. but israel warns that iran is only six months away from a potential nuclear weapon. in its international show of force is meant to reassure israel and convince iran not to respond, even if it is attacked. >> i can do a lot of damage with the airplanes that are onboard and the weapons in the strike route. but i can also be a stabilizing influence. >> reporter: aft
for their withdrawal, a goal that has been met. 33,000 u.s. troops took part in the surge. 10,000 of them were out by july of last year. and the remaining 23,000 are now gone. in his statement, the defense secretary had a sobering reminder. saying, it is important to underscore that even as our surge troops return home, there's roughly 68,000 americans who remain in a tough fight in afghanistan, alongside their nato and afghan partners. we are a nation at war. the human toll of the surge was tremendous. after the almost 200 u.s. casualties in afghanistan, 57% happened during the surge. now, those who remain face the die-hard insurgents and the growing threat of insider attacks. the deadlines to bring the final american troops home is still 2014. muhammad lila, abc news, kabul. >>> still in that region, a national holiday in pakistan, so citizens can protest the anti-muslim film that was made in california. in order to distance the u.s. from that film, president obama and hillary clinton have been running on pakistani tv, both of them denouncing the film. secretary clinton points out that the u.s.
: a tense scene in minneapolis. as s.w.a.t. teams responded to a gunman who opened fire at accent signage systems, filling tour people, including the company's founder, and then himself. >> i can't confirm that the suspect, the shooter is dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. >> reporter: this morning, police are trying to determine if the shooter was a disgruntled worker. four people were transported to a local hospital. a fourth had minor injuries. it was a terrifying scene when police responded to the shooting around 4:30 yesterday afternoon. >> this appears to be multiple agencies, both local and federal. >> reporter: tactical teams surrounded the building, evacuating people and swarmed the residential neighborhood nearby, closing off several blocks. people heading home from work saw their street become a crime scene. >> the police were hiding behind the tree. and he yelled at me to turn around and make a u turn. >> i was looking outside. there was s.w.a.t. teams and state troopers. we walked a couple blocks and came to see what happened. >> reporter: although the shooting appears
. and new england. fall is in the air. >> 68 in boston. 74 here in new york. 80s in the southeast and across the nation's midsection. 70s in the northern rockies. >> could take this weather about nine months out of the year. >> this is nice weather, isn't it? >> yes, it is. >>> and coming up, important, new cancer screening information for women. this time, it's not breast cancer. >>> casino mogul, steve wynn, winning big in the courtroom, after taking on the guy behind "girls gone wild." >>> and then, an update on our dear friend, robin roberts, and what she tweeted just before checking into the hospital. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's all the speed you need all at a great price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what
. and the president had much praise for murdered u.s. ambassador, chris stevens. >> we're serious about these ideals. we must speak honestly about the deeper causes of the crisis. today, we must reaffirm that our future will be determined by people like chris stevens and not by his killers. >> the president vowing to bring stevens' killers to justice, while continuing to support democracy in the muslim world. >>> and it is setting up to be another big day at the u.n., as the spotlight now shifts to arab leaders. iran's president, mahmoud ahmadinejad, is expected to stir up his usual controversy, as he gives his last speech to the general assembly. ahead of the speech, ahmadinejad tells the associated press that it's time for a new world order, away from american bullying and domination. also, history will be made when mohamed morsi, egypt's first democratically-elected leader, speaks to the assembly, referring to the violence that broke out over the anti-islam movie, morsi said that freedom of expression comes with responsibility. >>> and while calls at the u.n. to end the war, the violence in syria
with frost advisories for upstate new york. >> 74 here in new york. 80s in the southeast and across the nation's midsection. 70s in the northern rockies. >> could take this weather about nine months out of the year. >> this is nice weather, isn't it? >> yes, it is. >>> important, new cancer screening for women. this time, it's not breast cancer. >>> casino mogul, steve wynn, winning big in the courtroom, after taking on the guy behind "girls gone wild." >>> and an update on our dear friend, robin roberts, and what she tweeted just before checking into the hospital. >>> welcome back. wall it a win-win situation. billionaire casino mogul, steve wynn has just been awarded $20 million in his slander case against joe francis, who is the founder of "girls gone wild." francis publicly claimed that wynn threatened to kill him over a gambling debt. but a jury found that francis knew the allegations were false. >>> most of the 5 million websites hosted by godaddy are back online this morning. the company doesn't know what caused the outage. some say it is the sprawling hacker group, anonymous
. >> 76 in billings. 66 in salt lake city. 70s from omaha to indianapolis. and much of the northeast, mostly 80s in the south. >>> when we come back, lean times for bacon lovers. a warning about what's ahead. >> we want our bacon. >>> and then, tough times at american airlines. canceled flights, late flights, but a solution could be on the horizon. >>> and later, the ballroom is back in action. with an all-star kickoff. we'll see who really brought it on week one of "dancing with the stars." >>> welcome back. that chinese factory where thousands of workers rioted is now open again. reports that it's one of the plants that makes parts and assemblies for the apple iphone. the company, foxconn insists the brawl won't stop production. >>> the iphone 5 has only been in customers' hands for a few days. and already, there are complaints. some owners say their phones arrived with scratches on the cases. there are reports of problems connecting to wi-fi networks. the new map app is getting mediocre reviews even from apple co-founder steve wozniak. and some say the new iphone is too light. >>
the u.s. and that controversial film. a $100,000 bounty for anyone who killed the filmmaker but distancing themselves saying it does not represent the official policy. >>> and ms. breaking news at home. at least 300 wildfires burning. one is threatening homes in riverside county. another fire that torched a handful of homes is putting 80 others in the danger. and a break in the weather is helping firefighters with fires in washington state. the smoke so bad, it's affecting air quality as far away as colorado. >>> showers in the rockies from utah down to new mexico. thunderstorms move in tonight from omaha to kansas city and st. louis. heavy rain around miami and ft. lauderdale and west palm beach. it's chilly in the carolinas. >>> 60s from chicago to new york. 70s in the central plains, 101 in phoenix. >>> and hollywood's hottest stars turned out for the emmy awards last night. and an evening filled with favoritend and quite a few upsets. >> that's right. top dramas went to "homeland." abc's brandi hitt has the highlights. >> reporter: the prime time emmy awards was a star s
. >>> overseas, now, where survivors are describing chaos and carnage in the suicide bombing that targeted a u.s. government vehicle in pakistan. two pakistanis were killed and two americans are among the 19 people wounded in monday's attack in the city of peshawar. the bomber rammed the vehicle near the u.s. consulate, using 240 pounds of explosives. so far, there's been no claim of responsibility. >>> in other news this morning, the new school year begins today in chicago. but more than 26,000 teachers and staff members in the nation's third-largest school district could soon be on strike. teachers rallied yesterday on labor day in a show of solidarity. they're threatening, though, to strike next monday over pay, benefits and job security, which would leave the windy city scrambling to deal with 400,000 students. a potential mess on their hands. rahm emanuel, cutting short his trip to the convention to deal with that looming crisis with the schools. >>> time, now, for the weather across the nation. chicago could hit 90 degrees. begin wrapping up one of its hottest summers on record. heavy rain
swept up in a protest against japan. chinese demonstrators surrounded his car, as it neared the u.s. embassy, which is very close to the japanese embassy. china and japan are in a fierce struggle over some islands. the incident comes as american embassies around the world are on high alert. >>> investigators are trying to figure out what caused this explosion and fire at a gas pipeline facility on the texas/mexico border. at least 26 people died in the accident near the city of reynosa, across from mcallen, texas. pipelines in mexico are often tapped by thieves who steal the fuel. >>> and hundreds of thousands of students head back to the classroom this morning in chicago. striking teachers have agreed to return to work after more than a week after walking the picket line. one of the main sticking points over teacher evaluations appears to have been resolved. the city agreed to reduce the emphasis on student test scores. the teachers also agreed on a longer school day. >>> the catholic church has just been hit with a new round of allegations in the child sex abuse scandal. eight new
. >> 60s from chicago to new york. upper 80s from miami to new orleans. 70s in the central plains, 101 in phoenix. >>> and hollywood's hottest stars turned out for the emmy awards last night. and an evening filled with favorites and quite a few upsets. >> that's right, top honors went to the showtime thriller "homeland." abc's brandi hitt has the highlights. >> reporter: the prime time emmy awards was a star studded night. filled with excitement and a few surprises. >> this is crazy. >> reporter: jon cryer couldn't believe he won best actor in a comedy, while july julia dreyfuss won best actress. julie bowen and eric stonestreet won their second emmys for their supporting roles. >> i never knew i'd be on tv as a gay man. but i love the pictures of hairy chests you guys are sending me. >> reporter: even host jimmy kimmel provided plenty of laughs. >> i don't think the president should be watching "homeland" for the same reason i don't think charlie sheen should be watching "breaking bad." >> reporter: in the world of drama "breaking bad's" aaron paul won best supporting actor. >> thank
words from iranian president ahmadinejad. speaking before the u.n., he accused the u.s. and europe of entrusting themselves to the devil. he referred to israelis as, quote, uncivilized. but ahmadinejad made no mention of his country's nuclear program. the u.s. and israel boycotted his speech as they traditionally do. >>> and chilling images out of syria from yesterday's back-to-back attacks in damascus. state tv shows the moment one of the suicide bombs went off, exploding in a white van. you see it there. the government says four military guards were killed in those blasts. but rebels say dozens, in fact, died. in all more than 340 people were killed across the country, making it the deadliest day since that conflict began. >>> back here at home. police in suburban detroit are looking into a new claim about the location of jimmy hoffa's body. they will take soil samples from the ground beneath a driveway after a man told them he believes he witnessed hoffa's burial 35 years ago. there's been a number of searches for hoffa since the teamster leader disappeared in 1975. >>> time for
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